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    Ballistix Elite 64.0 GB (47.9 GB Usable)

    Finally have this Desktop Tower 900 up and running. No leaks yet.
    Rog Zenith Extreme, Threadripper 1950x, x2 Samsung 960 EVO M.2 on the DIMM.2 Card and a Western Digital 512 GB NVME.2 card, Aorus Geforce GTX1080Ti Waterforce WB Extreme Edition 11G

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    Nothing can be above though

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    How many sticks of RAM are you using?
    if it is a kit of 4x 16GB, one of them have dropped.
    Are you running the memory at stock speed (2133MHz) or OC?

    What UEFI (BIOS) version are you using? Version 0902 is the latest official, that reportedly solved dropping of channels (but not using the latest AGESA).

    If your UEFI version is up to date, try reseating your RAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ljugtomten View Post
    How many sticks of RAM are you using?
    if it is a kit of 4x 16GB, one of them have dropped.
    Are you running the memory at stock speed (2133MHz) or OC?

    What UEFI (BIOS) version are you using? Version 0902 is the latest official, that reportedly solved dropping of channels (but not using the latest AGESA).

    If your UEFI version is up to date, try reseating your RAM.
    I tried the 0902 BIOS and and could not get past the memory post as per the LIVEDASH display on the mobo had to revert to the 0901.
    There are 8 stix of RAM x4 above the CPU and x4 below the CPU and they anre under Water Blocks.
    Mem TweakIt says DIMMS= *8 DRAM Frequency is 2667
    Why do you say that one of the ram stix has dropped when the system About shows 64.0 GB (47.9 GB usable) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragn0r View Post
    Why do you say that one of the ram stix has dropped when the system About shows 64.0 GB (47.9 GB usable) ?
    Memory training failed, you'll find in task manager the RAM module that failed training has become "Hardware Reserved".

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    If your setup is favouring 0901 vs 0902 then try 0019, this has latest AGESA but the dropping of RAM channels that some can experience on 0901 is patched.
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    bios 0019

    Where do I find the bios 0019?

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    UEFI 0901 is the version with the new AGESA that is known to be picky about RAM and it seems to have dropped one of your four channels (two sticks).

    A good reading is the following thread over at Overclock.net:
    http://www.overclock.net/forum/11-am...g-support.html

    In the main post, gupsterg have a listing of UEFI versions (with download links) and you can read changelogs and user comments.

    My suggestion would be to go back to UEFI 0902 (or an UEFI prior to 0901).
    On 0902, try to get the system running with memory at 2666/2400/2133 MHz.

    Some kits are tricky and you need to enter timings manually, often the case when overclocking into +3000MHz territory.
    Taiphoon Burner is a good tool for extracting timing information from the XMP-profiles on your memory, and can also show type and binning of the memory.

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    @Ragn0r

    And other useful info in OP here . Observe the PSA for quad channel users .
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    Thank You

    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Saknussemm View Post
    Thank you for the timely response. I did spend a good deal of time trying to find the 0019 Bios.
    I started this build back in October and out of frustration with returning the mobo for the fourth time I bought a new ROG Zenith Extreme from Newegg and it should be here Friday.

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    ASUS support has issued an RMA for this board

    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Saknussemm View Post
    This will be the third RMA for this board.

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